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Source: CIO Today - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security While no two fingerprints are alike for people, the same cannot be said for digital data. But new data-fingerprinting technologies have cropped up to take traditional watermarking strategies to the next level in preventing theft of intellectual property. PortAuthority 3.5 is one such technology. The newly updated data-fingerprinting software from PortAuthority Technologies examines the content of documents to give customers the ability to prevent information leaks and data theft.

"With the recent barrage of information leaks at respected financial institutions -- combined with the increasing fear and reality of identify theft -- it is imperative that organizations protect private information assets," said Pete Foley, CEO of PortAuthority Technologies.

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